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O « Massacre de Amapá »: a guerra imperialista que não houve

Carlo ROMANI
Caravelle (1988-)
No. 95, Mélanges (2010), pp. 85-118
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/25822161
Page Count: 34
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O « Massacre de Amapá »: a guerra imperialista que não houve
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Abstract

A área litigiosa na fronteira entre o Brasil e a Guiana Francesa permaneceu fora da regulação jurídica institucional dos dois países até o ano de 1900. A descoberta de jazidas auríferas levou várias empresas para lá. Essa competição comercial alcançou o clímax em maio de 1895 no episódio conhecido no Brasil por « massacre do Amapá »: um conflito entre militares franceses e brasileiros no qual morreram mais de 40 pessoas. La zone litigieuse à la frontière entre Brésil et la Guyane Française est restée hors de la réglementation juridique des deux pays jusqu'en 1900. La découverte d'or a conduit plusieurs entreprises à s'y installer. Cette concurrence a atteint son point culminant en mai 1895 dans l'épisode connu au Brésil comme « Le Massacre de l'Amapá »: un conflit militaire entre Français et paysans brésiliens ayant fait plus de 40 morts. The boarding area by along Oiapoque's river was the stage of a long content litigious amid both country and remained out of legal regulation up to the year 1900. The discovery of golden mine took several enterprises there. That trade competition reached the climax on 1895 May in the episode known in Brazil as « Amapá's Massacre »: a struggle among French soldiers and Brazilian people in which around 40 people died.

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